MFA (Visual Art), Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier VT, 2014
BFA (Painting), Indiana University, Bloomington IN, 1982
Yale Summer School of Music and Art, Norfolk CT, 1981
School of Fine Arts, University of Connecticut, Storrs CT, 1977-1979
Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, West Hartford CT, 1977
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI, 1975

Solo exhibitions
Stephen Maine: Residue, National Arts Club, New York
Stephen Maine: New Paintings, Hionas Gallery, New York (catalogue)
Stephen Maine: Paintings, Melville House, Brooklyn NY
Stephen Maine: Halftone Paintings, 490 Atlantic Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Stephen Maine: New Paintings, 354 Exhibition, Brooklyn, NY

Group exhibitions
Chromatic Space, cur. Jonathan Lippincott, Fiterman Art Center, BMCC, New York
Visible Histories, cur. Max Weintraub, Morris-Warren Gallery, NY
The Onward of Art, cur. Karen Wilkin, 1285 Avenue of the Americas Gallery (UBS Gallery), New York (catalogue)
Endless, Entire, cur. Rachel Nackman, Five Myles, Brooklyn, NY
Diphthong, Fiterman Art Center, Borough of Manhattan Community College, NY
Stack/File, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn NY
Doppler Shift, cur. Mary Birmingham, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit NJ (catalogue)
Sensory Impact, Morgan Stanley World Headquarters, Purchase NY
Paperazzi 3, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
For Leo: American Abstract Artists Tribute Exhibition, Sideshow, Brooklyn, NY
Physical Property, cur. Kim Uchiyama, Brian Morris Gallery, New York NY
Doppler, cur. Mel Prest, Parallel Art Space, Bushwick (catalogue)
Dynamic Invention: American Abstract Artists at 75, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro VT (catalogue)
Paperazzi 2, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
CONstruct/conSTRUCT: The Organizing Principle, Schiltkamp Gallery, Clark University, Worcester MA
Paperazzi 2, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Uncovered: Prints. Selections for the Kentler Flatfiles. Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY
Minus Space en Oaxaca, Instituto de Artes Graficas de Oaxaca, Mexico
Beauty Debate: Detroiter’s First Annual Invitational, Art Effect Gallery, Detroit
Mic: check (occupy), Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Paperazzi, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
American Abstract Artists International, Paris Concret
Textility, cur. Mary Birmingham, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ (catalogue)
Chain Letter, Samson Projects, Boston
Flag Day, cur. Janet Goleas, Islip Art Museum, Islip, New York
Abstraction [to the power of infinity], cur. Janet Kurnatowski, Ice Box Project Space, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, PA
American Abstract Artists International, Deutscher Künstlerbund Projektraum, Berlin
American Abstract Artists 75th Anniversary Exhibition, OK Harris Works of Art, NY
Paper A-Z, Sue Scott Gallery, NY
Splendor of Dynamic Structure: Celebrating 75 Years of the American Abstract Artists, cur. Nancy E. Green, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Paper 2011, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
It’s All Good (apocalypse now), Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Social Photography, Carriage Trade, NY
American Abstract Artists International “L’astrazione vista da un cosmopolita,” Otranto, Italy
Group Show, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
It’s a Wonderful 10th, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Paper Work, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Urban/Suburban, Kansas City Jewish Museum, Overland Park, KS
Partners+Life, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn, NY
It’s a Wonderful Life, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Peace, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn NY
Painting’s Edge 2008, Idyllwild Art Center, Idyllwild, CA (Traveled to Riverside Art Museum)
American Abstract Artists: Tribute to Esphyr Slobodkina, The Painting Center, New York, NY
Material Matter, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Lineage 7, M3 Gallery, Piermont, NY
Radius, Metaphor Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, NY
Continuum: Small Works by AAA Members, Saint Peter’s College, Jersey City, NJ
100 Works on Paper, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY
War is Over (Again), Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Design/Build, Metaphor Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, NY
100 Works on Paper, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY
War is Over, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
100 Works on Paper, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY
Gyrations: Selections From the Flat Files, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY
Merry/Peace, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Breathing Space, Metaphor Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, NY
Balancing Act, Abrons Art Center, Henry Street Settlement, New York
100 Works on Paper, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY
Annual Exhibition and Auction for Women’s Cancers, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Big Abstract Show, The Painting Center, New York
Print 2002: Contemporary American Printmaking, 354 Exhibitions, Brooklyn, NY
25th Anniversary Benefit Exhibition, The Drawing Center, New York
Group show, 354 Exhibitions, Brooklyn, NY
Works on Paper, 354 Exhibitions, Brooklyn, NY
Buying Time: Nourishing Excellence, Sotheby’s, New York (NYFA)
Benefit 2001, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
The Brooklyn Project, Semi-Public Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
#2: New Work and Invited Guests, Toil Studio, Brooklyn, NY
New Members Show Part Two, City Without Walls Gallery, Newark, NJ
Abstraction and Reality, Montgomery Space, Jersey City, NJ
For Art’s Sake, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ
Five Painters, Momenta Art, Philadelphia, PA
Visions of Hartford, Old State House, Hartford, CT
New Jersey Painting Today, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ
Four By Five, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ
The Drawing Show, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston MA
Dewitt Godfrey and Stephen Maine, R C Erpf Gallery, New York
Selections 33, The Drawing Center, New York

Public collections (partial list)
Museum of Modern Art Library Special Collection, New York, NY
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
The New York Public Library, New York, NY
Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
Art in Embassies Collection, US Department of State, Washington, DC
Yale University Art Galleries, New Haven, CT
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, Nashville TN

Related professional activities
Contributing Editor, Artcritical (
Member, American Abstract Artists
Member, International Association of Art Critics (AICA), US Chapter
Member, College Art Association
Nov. 18: Visiting critic, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY             
Oct. 26: Visiting artist, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
Oct. 7: Visiting critic, New York Academy of Art, New York
March 10: Visiting critic, Graduate Review, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Feb. 23: NYFA Doctor’s Hours for Visual Artists, Brooklyn, NY
Feb. 22: Moderator, Past Present: Conversations Across Time, Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA        
Feb. 18: Juror, new members application review, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts studio program, New York, NY
Nov. 13: A Salon Conversation with Suzy Spence and Stephen Maine, Melville House, Brooklyn, NY
Sept. 17: Sensory Impact panel discussion at Morgan Stanley, Purchase, NY
May 18: David Ambrose in Conversation with Stephen Maine, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
April 23: Constraint and Invention, Graduate Fine Arts Faculty Lecture Series, School of Visual Arts, NY
April 18: Consultant, New York Foundation for the Arts, Materials Review Seminar (UT Austin), Brooklyn, NY
May 30: Consultant, Doctor’s Hours, New York Foundation for the Arts, Brooklyn, NY
April 13: Consultant, New York Foundation for the Arts Mock Panel (UT Austin), Brooklyn, NY
March 23: Consultant, New York Foundation for the Arts Mock Panel (Syracuse University), Brooklyn, NY                
March 8: Visiting lecturer, SUNY Purchase: The Artist/Critic: A Two-Headed Beast, Purchase, NY
Feb. 23: Panelist, Pour (Paint): a Symposium, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton; including “The Pour Since Pollock” presentation
Feb. 16: Panelist, Painting: The Elastic Frontier, College Art Association 101st Annual Conference, New York
Feb. 13: Consultant, New York Foundation for the Arts Mock Panel (SUNY New Paltz), Brooklyn, NY            
Nov. 15: Consultant, New York Foundation for the Arts Mock Panel (NY Academy of Art), Brooklyn, NY
Nov. 28: Consultant, New York Foundation for the Arts Mock Panel (Parsons The New School), Brooklyn, NY
Dec. 5: Consultant, New York Foundation for the Arts Mock Panel (Parsons The New School), Brooklyn, NY
Discussant, Artist’s Talk with artist Morgan O’Hara, New York Public Library, New York
Contributing artist, American Abstract Artists 75th Anniversary Print Portfolio
May: Resident Fellow, Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY
Visiting lecturer, SUNY New Paltz: "Drawing as Inquiry," New Paltz, NY
Consultant, Doctor’s Hours, New York Foundation for the Arts, Brooklyn, NY
Visiting critic, Wave Hill Center, Bronx, NY
Visiting Critic, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program, New York, NY
Interview/seminar, Creative Capital’s “Online Learning” Professional Development Program
Moderator, "Wall Works" panel, The Painting Center, New York
Visiting Critic, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program, New York
Consultant, Doctor’s Hours, New York Foundation for the Arts, Brooklyn, NY
Guest critic, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn; senior review
Panelist (“Is Painting a Language?," moderated by Joan Waltemath) and guest critic, Hoffberger School of Painting, MICA, Baltimore, MD     
Guest critic/lecturer, Painting’s Edge workshop, Idyllwild, CA: “The Return of the Tenth Street Touch”
Panelist, “The Review Panel,” National Academy of Design, NY. Moderated by David Cohen
Panelist, Material Matters, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn NY
Visiting critic, Abrons Art Center Studio Program, Henry Street Settlement, NY
Panelist, “Photography and Painting.” CAA Conference, NY; moderated by David Cohen
Visiting critic and guest speaker, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA: "The Artist/Critic: A Two Headed Beast"
Panelist, “The Review Panel,” National Academy of Design, NY. Moderated by David Cohen
Guest speaker, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD: "The Artist/Critic: A Two-Headed Beast," and writing workshop
Guest speaker, SUNY Purchase: "The Artist/Critic: A Two-Headed Beast," and writing workshop
Guest speaker, MuseFuse, Brooklyn NY
Moderator, “Dialogues in the Visual Arts,” Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NY.
New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist’s Fellowship (Painting)
Work in inventory of:
Hionas Gallery, New York
Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY
Minus Space, Brooklyn, NY

Curatorial projects
Postgraduate exhibition, SVA Graduate Fine Arts, Allegra LaViola Gallery, New York
"Wall Works," The Painting Center, New York (catalogue)
"The Incipient Image," Lesley Heller Workspace, New York
"That’s Just It," MFA Summer Group Show, SVA Gallery, New York
"Beauty Marks and Body Parts," Alpan Gallery, Huntington, NY
"Echo, Implant, Imprint, Reverb," Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York
"The Photograph as Canvas," Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT (catalogue)

The School of Visual Arts, New York: graduate Fine Arts department

Notices (print and blogs)
Alexis Clements, “Muddying the Circumscribed Myth of Abstraction,” (Dec 11)
David Cohen, “Labor Day Shout Outs” on
James Kalm Report/ Rough Cuts:
James Panero, “Gallery Chronicle” in The New Criterion
(reposted on Panero's Supreme Fiction blog:]
John Haber, "All Over Again" in
Tom McGlynn, “Stephen Maine: New Paintings” in the Brooklyn Rail
Paul Corio, “Seen in New York, September 2015” on Painters’ Table
Anne Russinof, Gallery Travels blog:
Arte Fuse blog:
Joanne Mattera, “September’s Bounty: Color, Surface, Gesture” on Joanne Mattera Art Blog
John Mendelsohn on Diphthong in
Gallery Travels:
James Panero on Diphthong:
James Panero, “Gallery Chronicle,” The New Criterion. November
William Corwin, Surface Tension: William Corwin on Amalia Piccinini and Stephen Maine
Paul Corio, “Seen in New York, September 2014,” Abstract Critical, October 3, 2014
James Panero, “Critic’s Notebook,” The New Criterion. April 28
Elizabeth Cook, The Least Untrue
Anne Russinof, Gallery Travels
James Kalm, Rough Cuts
Brett Baker, Painters Table
Artblogartblog  ( on “12 Notable Books of 2011”)                          
“Material Means,” in Textility catalogue by Mary Birmingham and Joanne Mattera
“Outside Inspiration: Stephen Maine,” Interview with Colin Darke
May: Wall Works reviewed on Two Coats of Paint  (Sharon Butler)
March: The Incipient Image reviewed on Two Coats of Paint
“Images” on Two Coats of Paint

Other bibliography
SVA Faculty Lecture (April 23),
Studio Critical
Nancy E. Green, Splendor of Dynamic Structure: Celebrating 75 Years of the American Abstract Artists (exhibition catalogue). Ithaca: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University
Gorky’s Granddaughter, video interview (Sept. 9)
“Material Means,” in Textility catalogue by Mary Birmingham and Joanne Mattera
“Images” on Two Coats of Paint
“Outside Inspiration: Stephen Maine,” Interview with Colin Darke
April 1: Benjamin Gennochio, “Beyond Airbrushing” (The Photograph as Canvas review), The New York Times

Published writing
Art in America
“Rackstraw Downes: Infrastructure”
“Zero & Friends”
“Inside the Harlem Renaissance” (Aaron Douglas)
“Things He Carried” (Kim Jones)
“Toon Noir” (Joyce Pensato)
“Collateral Damage” (Isa Genzken)
“Muehl’s New Material Actions” (Otto Muehl)
“Color Pioneer” (Saul Leiter)

Art on Paper
“The Photograph as Canvas”

“Weegee: Murder is My Business” at ICP

Exhibition reviews
Space is the Place: “I can’t quite place it…” at Smack Mellon
Painting Presentation: Presentational Painting III

"Dateline Brooklyn"
Peter Finnemore, Jim Nolan, Stephen Westfall, Elizabeth Grady, Rick Briggs, Sharon Lawless, more.
Chris Martin, Erik Moskowitz, Phong Bui, Sante Scardillo, Adam Simon, Jesse Bercowitz and Matt Bua, Siemon Allen, more.
Thornton Willis, James Little, Rich Timperio, Margaret Neill, Jim Torok, more.
Thomas Lendvai, Mark Power, Katherine Bradford, Tony Fitzpatrick, more.
Dannielle Tegeder, Sarah Oppenheimer, R.H. Quaytman, Michelle Handelman, Kathe Burkhart, more.
DeWitt Godfrey, Jaq Chartier, Janice Caswell, Beth Brideau, "Gravity Racers," more.
Brooklyn galleries sizzle throughout the summer.
A trio of solo debuts brightens the Williamsburg scene.
Ups and downs in "Open House: Working in Brooklyn."
Video at Southfirst, doodle art at Pierogi, "Anti-Oasis" at Black & White, more.
Photoplay at Smack Mellon, Momenta, Sideshow, more.
David Opdyke, Jane Callister, Jacques Flechemuller, Mie Yim, Yoko Inoue, more.
Joe Amrhein, Joe Fig, Jackie Gendel, Evan Lintermans, Peter Scott, more.

Art in America
“Michael Scott/Gering Lopez”
“Gordon Moore/Betty Cuningham”
“Ross Knight/Team”
“Nick Mauss/303 Gallery”
“Robert Heinecken/Friedrich Petzel”
“Richard Pousette-Dart/Luhring Augustine”
“Sara Greenberger Rafferty/Rachel Uffner Gallery”
“Robert Swain/Hunter College Times Square and Minus Space”
“Sarah Walker/Pierogi”
“Marlene Dumas/David Zwirner”
“Richard Smith/Flowers”
“Ian Pedigo/Klaus von Nichtssagend”
“Stefanie Gutheil/Mike Weiss”
“Leonardo Drew/ Sikkema Jenkins”
“Peter Halley/ Mary Boone”
“William Daniels/ Luhring Augustine”
“Denyse Thomasos, Lennon Weinberg”
“Inka Essenhigh, 303 Gallery”
“R M Fischer at K S Arts”
“Sean Duffy at Susanne Veilmetter”
“Simon Bill at Patrick Painter”
“Mariah Robertson at Marvelli”
“Sharon Horvath at Lori Bookstein”
“Rosy Keyser at Peter Blum Chelsea”
“Jane Fine at Pierogi”
“Caragh Thuring at Simon Preston”
“Joanne Greenbaum and Elliot Green at D’Amelio Terras”
“James Hyde at Southfirst: Art”
“Jack Youngerman at Joan Washburn”
“Richard Allen Morris at Peter Blum Chelsea”
“Gaylen Gerber and Joe Scanlan at Wallspace”
“John Stezaker at Friedrich Petzel”
“Josh Smith at Luhring Augustine”
“Carolee Schneemann at Carolina Nitch and PPOW”
“Aaron Curry at Michael Werner”
“Tony Oursler at Metro Pictures”
“David Shapiro at Pierogi”
“Peter Pinchbeck at Gary Snyder and Luise Ross”
“Mary Lum at Frederieke Taylor”
“Alison Schulnick at Mike Weiss”
“Nathan Carter at Casey Kaplan”
“David Tremlett at Gering Lopez”
“Warren Isensee at Danese”
“Sarah Braman at Museum 52”
“Matthew Day Jackson at Nicole Klagsbrun and Peter Blum Chelsea”
“Kim Fisher at John Connelly Presents”
“Richard Tuttle at Sperone Westwater”
“Matthew Blackwell at Edward Thorp”
“Judy Fox at PPOW”
“Keith Sonnier at Castelli”
“Robert Whitman at PaceWildenstein”
“Thomas Kiesewetter at Roberts & Tilton”
“Mike Nelson at The Essex Street Market”
“Channa Horwitz at SolwayJones”
“Sean Higgins at sixspace”
“Iva Gueorguieva at Carl Berg”
“Isidro Blasco at DCKT”
“Joe Fyfe at JG Contemporary”
“Bill Jensen at Cheim & Read”
“John Wesley at Fredericks & Freiser”
“Peter Piller at Andrew Kreps”
“Eve Aschheim at Lori Bookstein”
“Pamela Jorden at Klaus von Nichtssagen”
“John Baldessari at Marian Goodman”
“Mary Temple and Liza McConnell at Smack Mellon”
“Raoul De Keyser at David Zwirner”
“Wendy White at Sixtyseven”
“Greg Bogin at Leo Koenig”
“Elizabeth Cooper at Thrust Projects”
“Dona Nelson at Thomas Erben”
“Joe Coleman at Tilton Gallery”
“Joseph Marioni at Peter Blum”
“Bernard Cohen at Flowers”
“Stephen Westfall at Lennon, Weinberg”
“Amy Sillman at Sikkema Jenkins”
“Cy Twombly at Gagosian”
“Richard Artschwager at Gagosian”
“Rebecca Warren at Matthew Marks”
“Lari Pittman at Barbara Gladstone”
“Roy Deforest at George Adams”
“Gary Petersen at Michael Steinberg”
“Nicolas Carone at Lohin Gehduld”
“Mike Kelley at Gagosian”
“Anne Tabachnick at Lori Bookstein”
“Carl Fudge at Ronald Feldman”
“Pedro Barbeito at Lehmann Maupin”
“Jamie Dalglish at Match Artspace”
“Robert Bordo at Alexander and Bonin”
“Marcia Hafif at Baumgartner”
“Don Hazlitt at Andre Zarre”
“Philip Pearlstein at Betty Cuningham”
“Sean Scully at Galerie Lelong”
“Pierre Soulages at Robert Miller and Haim Chanin”
“Luc Tuymans at David Zwirner”
“William Tucker at McKee”
“Gregory Crewdson at Luhring Augustine”
“Fred Williams at L.A. Louver”
“Monique Prieto at Cheim & Read”
“Pat Passlof at Elizabeth Harris”
“Rob Fischer at Cohan Leslie”
“Suzanne McClelland at Larissa Goldston”
“Sol LeWitt at PaceWildenstein, Madison Square Park and the Metropolitan Museum”
“Eric Fischl at Mary Boone”
“Martin Kippenberger at Luhring Augustine, Gagosian and Nyehaus”
“Odili Donald Odita at Florence Lynch”
“James Nelson at McKenzie”
“Philip Pavia at OK Harris”
“Keith Sonnier at PaceWildenstein”
“Judie Bamber at Gorney Bravin Lee”
“Dawn Clements at Pierogi and Feigen”
“David Reed at Max Protetch”
“Lisa Hoke at Elizabeth Harris”
“Lydia Dona at Michael Steinberg”
“Cora Cohen at Jason McCoy”
“Dirk Skreber at Friedrich Petzel”
“Sofi Zezmer at Mike Weiss”
“Albert Oehlen at Luhring Augustine and Nolan Eckman”
“Claire Seidl at Rosenburg+ Kaufmann”
“Janaina Tschape at Brent Sikkema”
“James Brooks at Artemis Greenberg Van Doren”
“Arnold Helbling at Roebling Hall”
“Margaret Neill at Metaphor Contemporary Art”

Art on Paper
“Kohei Yoshiyuki: The Park at Yossi Milo”
“Robert Heinecken: Image as Object at Roth”
“Mary Miss at Senior & Shopmaker”
“Jack Warren at Larissa Goldston”
“Taiji Matsue at Cohen Amador”
“Jeff Brouws at Paul Mann”
“Wallpaper LAB at Lennon, Weinberg”
“Eva Hesse Drawing” at The Drawing Center
“Richard Diebenkorn at Greenberg Van Doren”
“Photo Libris at Howard Greenberg”
“Nicolas Nixon at Yossi Milo”
“Erika Somogyi at Monya Rowe”
“Imagined Worlds at AXA Gallery”
“Ernst Benkert at Kentler International Drawing Space”
“Looking at Words at Andrea Rosen,”
“Tam Van Tran at Cohen Leslie”
“George Negroponte at Jason McCoy”
“Building and Breaking the Grid, 1962-2002, Whitney Museum of American Art”
“Ellsworth Kelly at Susan Sheehan”
“Burgoyne Diller at Michael Rosenfeld”
“H.C. Westermann at Lennon, Weinberg”
“Pat Steir: Drawings at Cook Fine Art”
“Ingrid Calame at James Cohan”
“Bob Blackburn at Bill Hodges Gallery”
“Lane Twitchell at Greenberg Van Doren”
“Unica Zurn at Ubu”

The Brooklyn Rail
Interview with Kim Jones
“Remote Viewing, Whitney Museum of American Art”
“Tunnel Vision: Allison Gildersleeve at Asya Giesberg Gallery”
“de Kooning Roundtable:” discussion of “de Kooning: A Retrospective” at MoMA
“The Reductive Expands,” review of “Pointing a Telescope at the Sun” at Minus Space
“The Aldrich at a Crossroads,” review of Portraiture at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
“Variety Trumps Argument at the Bronx River Art Center,” review of “The Working Title”
“The Big (Juicy) Apple: Three current shows of abstract painterliness”
“Leon Golub: Live & Die Like a Lion? at The Drawing Center”
“Dawn Clements at The Boiler”
“John Himmelfarb at Luise Ross Gallery”
“Paul Corio at 210 Gallery”
“Rosemarie Fiore: ‘Pyrotechnics’ at Priska C. Juschka Fine Art”
“David Diao: ‘I lived there until I was 6…’ at Postmasters”
“R. H. Quaytman: chapter 12: iamb at Miguel Abreu Gallery”
“Daniel Hesidence: 1779/Pedestrians at Feature Inc.”

Nan Goldin: Scopophilia/Matthew Marks
Carrie Moyer: Canonical/CANADA
David Shapiro: Money Is No Object/Sue Scott Gallery
William Villalongo/Susan Inglett Gallery
Don Christensen Digitalized/Sideshow
Raquel Nave: Live Free in Hell/Mountain Fold

NYFA Current (
“Stephen Maine on Carriage Trade’s Another Green World”
“Stephen Mueller’s Small Paintings by Stephen Maine”

“New Economy at Artists Space”
“Enrique Metinides at Anton Kern”
“Helio Oiticica and Neville D’Almeida at Galerie Lelong”

The New York Sun
“A Delicious Paradox” (“?abstraction” at Gary Snyder Project Space)
“Fertile Ground in the Photo” (Derek Boshier at Flowers and Berend Strik at Tilton Gallery)
“Machine as Metaphor” (Andy Graydon at LMAK Projects and Holli Schorno at Pavel Zoubok)
“Outflanking the Avant-Garde” (Dieter Roth: Drawings at Gladstone Gallery)
“A Landslide and a Cocktail Party” (Rosy Keyser at Peter Blum Chelsea and Matt Connors at Canada)
“Brand Boosters” (John Zinsser at James Graham & Sons and Ruth Root at Andrew Kreps)
“Hip to History” (Larry Poons at Jacobson Howard and Al Taylor at Zwirner and Wirth)
“From Glitter to Grit” (Freeze Frame at Thrust Projects)
“Call-and-Response” (Jackie Saccoccio at Eleven Rivington and Carolanna Parlato at Elizabeth Harris)
“Patch Work” (Ross Knight at Team)
“Natural Disorder” (Per Kirkeby at Michael Werner)
“A Close Focus on the Aimless” (Mark DiSuvero at Paula Cooper)
“Space Invader” (Steven Parrino at Gagosian)
“Two Artists With Time on Their Side” (Peter Dudek and Elana Herzog at Smack Mellon)
“Poles of the Feminist Spectrum” (Deborah Kass at Paul Kasmin; Dana Frankfort at Bellwether)
“Charcoal With a Charge” (Head of a Girl by James Nelson at McKenzie Fine Art)
“The Dark Side of the Brain” (Midnight’s Daydream at The Studio Museum in Harlem)
“Addressing Liberty Without Literality” (Late Liberties at John Connelly Presents)
“Welcome to the Junkyard” (Salvaged at Pace Wildenstein)
“Their Dark Materials” (Stubborn Materials at Peter Blum Chelsea; Substance & Surface at Bortolami Gallery)
“A Wild Horizon” (Horizon at Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Gallery)
“Weathered Boards and Churning Crowds” (Alex Hay at Peter Freeman; Wayne Gonzales at Paula Cooper)
“Word by Word, Line by Line” (Text Messages at Adam Baumgold)
“Thickets of Paint” (Anke Weyer at Canada)
“Pop Goes the Easel” (Scott Richter at Elizabeth Harris; Nicolas Krushenick at Mariannne Boesky)
“Art in Brief: Glen Baldridge at Klaus von Nichtssagend”
“Gloriously Discombobulated” (Joan Mitchell at Cheim & Read and Susan Sheehan Gallery)
“Art in Brief: Osamu Kanemura at Cohen Amador Gallery”
“Thinking Big” (Frank Stella at the Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Book reviews
"Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art"
"Flannery O'Connor: The Cartoons"
"Lucian Freud Portraits"
"L.A. RAW: Abject Expressionism in Los Angeles 1945-1980"
"Kienholz: The Signs of the Times"
"Draw it with your eyes closed: the art of the art assignment"
"Alighiero e Boetti by Mark Godfrey"
"Untitled Photographs by Tim Barber"
“12 Notable Books of 2011”
“Twice Drawn: Modern and Contemporary Drawings in Context”
“Time Machines” (on Stanley Greenberg: Time Machines)
“Spine by RH Quaytman”
“Jim Shaw Publishes His Dark American Artists Book” (on My Mirage)
“Review From the Underground: Bruce Davidson’s Subway”
“All the World’s a Combine: Robert Rauschenberg’s Photographs”
“Thriving on Drama and Discordance: The Life of Alice Neel”
“Anatomy of a Sitting: Lucian Freud Paints a Portrait”
“Combat Zone: Art Criticism as a Contact Sport, via Jed Perl’s New Art City”

The Art Book
“Howard Hodgkin Prints: a Catalogue Raisonné,” vol. 11 issue 2
“Potential Images,” vol. 10 issue 4
“New York: Capital of Photography,” vol. 10 issue 3
“Jackson Pollock in Venice/The ‘Irascibles’ and the New York School,” vol. 10, issue 2
“Henry Darger: In the Realms of the Unreal,” vol. 10 issue 1

“Report From Kansas City: Live-Work Options,” Art in America
“Report from the Lower East Side: Mapping New Territory,” Art in America
“Report From New York: Down East,” Art in America
“Whither Williamsburg? An artist’s neighborhood confronts gentrification,”
“Flatbread + Flat Files = Matzo Files,” Art on Paper

Catalogue essays
“Kathryn Kenworth: Street Life”
“Working the Wall” (for "Wall Works," The Painting Center, NY)
“She Sees Through Walls” (Morgan O’Hara)
“What Belongs Where” (for "Judith Simonian: New Work" at Edward Thorp Gallery)
“Propositions in Paper” (Joan Grubin at the University of Maine, Orono and Union College, Cranston, NJ)
“Depth of Field” (Claire Seidl at Lesley Heller Workspace)
“Maybe a Moon” (Sandi Slone at Elizabeth Leach Gallery; posted on October 22, 2010 as “The Buxom Eye of Sandi Slone”)
“A Convincing Unlikeness” (for "Perception Observation," Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY)
“Indoor/Outdoor” (for "Landscape with Chair and Bench" by Jim Osman at the Humanities Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY)
“Pedagogical Sketches,” School of Visual Arts, New York. Thesis Catalogue
“John Waters: Home Alone,” Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO
“Snapshots, the Airport, and Lunch,” Gautam Kansara at Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT
“Shock Trooper of the New: Esphyr Slobodkina,” AAA Show, The Painting Center, NY
“Lost and Found in Space” for "Kylie Heidenheimer: Bursts, Atmosphere and Stasis"
“Keeping it Real,” Cora Cohen at Abaton Garage, Jersey City, NJ
“Elaine Smollin: Drawings From Palisades,” Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY
“Margaret Neill: The Pleasures of Parallax,” Cheryl Pelavin Gallery, New York
“The Photograph as Canvas,” Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
“Brad Brown,” Gonzaga College, Spokane, WA
“Eliot Markell: Seeing Things”
“Julie Gross: flux in sharp focus,” at

Other writing
“Two Memoirs,” in City Secrets Books: The Essential Insider’s Guide. New York: Fang Duff Kahn Publishers
“A Respectful Distance,” in Vector 2. New York: ed. Peter Gregorio

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